Virginia Beach rapper J.R.Clark just delivered his 9-track project 4EVA Chill But Lit via independent label Vintage Sound Entertainment. With the new album he dropped a music video for his trap-anthem “Move On It.”
The former studio engineer and military serviceman has a smooth laid-back flow with an aura inspired by hip-hop’s golden era. 4EVA Chill But Lit tracks range from soulful vibes on “AMG Benz” and “Independent Major” to G-Funk feels on “Friday Slide,” soothing joints on “Prestige Package” and “3PM in Monaco” and booming anthems like “Move On It.” Album guests include TLi, Breana Marin, Ruby Red and J-Ave.
“With my fifth album 4 Eva Chill But Lit I’m exploring different sides and showing my versatility as an artist,” explains J.R.Clark. “I’m still catering to my core fanbase with the old-school vibe of my previous projects, but also going outside that comfort zone and trying out new productions and styles. In my city, people know I’ve always had a passion for classic cars and lowriding with hundred spokes, so I bring a West Coast Long Beach sound to Virginia Beach on this project as well. Basically, I’m offering different moods that are all part of my personality and rap style as a hip-hop artist.”